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I am very sensitive. I can stick my nose into a rose growing on a bush
or bury my face in a lilac tree and revel is the scent, yet if someone
sits across a table from me with a rose perfume, I tend to sneeze and,
if I don’t leave their company quickly enough, a headache will follow.
And it seems like the commercial perfumes are more aggressive to me
than someone walking around with a bit of rose oil dabbed on their
pulse points. Thusly, I’ve been making my own perfume for years. I
think I bought my last bottle of commercial perfume in the late ‘80s.
Over the years, I’ve honed my process. It’s very simple and the result
has very controllable levels of scent.

This ended up being a very long post. If you're interested in the details of how I make perfume, click here to see the whole post.

I’d love to hear your experiences and results.

Breathe deeply,
Laugh with abandon,
Love wholly,
Eat well.

MiLady Carol
www.miladycarol.com
Dazzling jewelry that reflects sparkling personalities!
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